Sunil Gupta Joins Memjet Board of Directors
SAN DIEGO, Calif. — February 6, 2019 — Memjet, a leading developer of inkjet printing technology, today announced Sunil Gupta has joined the company’s board of directors. For the past four decades, Mr. Gupta has held leadership positions in large enterprises, including Fuji Xerox Australia, Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific, and Xerox International Partners.
“Mr. Gupta joins Memjet’s board of directors at a time of great growth and opportunity for our company,” said Len Lauer, chief executive officer at Memjet. “Today, our modular technology provides a growing number of global OEM partners with the speed, simplicity, and profitability needed to shorten their development time and bring products to market more efficiently. Mr. Gupta’s senior leadership experience with tier one imaging OEM partners, combined with his in-depth industry experience, adds to the diversity of our board. We welcome him and look forward to his contributions.”
From 2016 to 2018, Mr. Gupta was managing director of the largest Fuji Xerox sales entity, Fuji Xerox Australia. In this role, Mr. Gupta transformed the organization into a viable, compliant, profitable and growing company. Mr. Gupta also served on the Fuji Xerox Australia board of directors from 2016 to 2018.
Prior to his role at Fuji Xerox Australia, Mr. Gupta was managing director of Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific, Malaysia operations. He provided the vision needed to realign the company, reverse a sharply declining trend, and deliver two consecutive years of double-digit revenue, profit, market share, and customer satisfaction growth.
Before his work at Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific, Mr. Gupta was president and CEO of Xerox International Partners (XIP) from 2002 to 2012. In this role, Mr. Gupta actively engaged key XIP, the parent company, and OEM stakeholders to execute a shared vision. The strategic plans he developed set the stage for new technologies, product platforms and value-added services that resulted in revenue growth and customer loyalty in a flat market.
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